Get instant access to hundreds of business forms, templates, and contracts online today. Find documents for almost every kind of business such as purchase orders, partnership agreements, loan agreements, applications, and bill of sale. You can also browse our list by popular categories such as marketing, legal, finance, real estate, and more with Formnet from Entrepreneur.
Most Downloaded Business Forms & Templates
This template is a comprehensive proposal for any independent contractor to use when responding to an RFP or when pitching services. It includes the objective, the proposed solution, the execution strategy, an estimate of the deliverables and a quote for the budget, among other vital items.
This is an example of proposal letter. This document is useful for creating proposal letter.
A comprehensive template for a sales plan that includes descriptions for the necessary sections: sales targets, market potential, sales strategy, execution details, budget, sales force compensation, sales force training and a time-line for execution.
This is an example of sample sponsorship letters. This document is useful for conducting sample sponsorship letters.
A Bill of Sale is a document between two parties, where one party is selling specific goods/assets and the other party is purchasing them. The Bill of Sale is the document that evidences the transfer of these goods/assets from the seller to the purchaser.
This bill of sale is an acknowledgement that a complete transfer of a business has taken place, complete with the terms and conditions of the transaction. Use this document to ensure that the sale of your business goes smoothly and to keep a legal record of the sale.
Please note: Prior to using these forms, please consult with an attorney or other expert knowledgeable in the laws of the applicable jurisdiction and the specific intended use of those forms.
All forms available for download through FormNet are general in nature; are not based on the laws of any specific state or other juridiction but rather general principles of law applicable throughout the United States; and should only be used after first consulting with an attorney or other expert knowledgeable in the laws of the applicable jurisdiction and the specific intended use of those forms.